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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
It is Situated in the southwestern part of Uganda on the slopes of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The forest is known to be the most biologically diverse in Africa with over 120 mammal species, making it second in mammal numbers to Queen Elizabeth National Park. The name Bwindi comes from the...
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Murchison Falls National Park
Murchison Falls National Park Murchison Falls National Park is located in northwestern Uganda and is surrounded by 4 districts and these are Masindi, Kyiryandongo, Nwoya, and Bulisa. Murchison Falls National Park (The world’s Greatest Waterfall)  is 305km from Kampala and it takes approximately 5 hours. It can be accessed through Kampala via the Masindi route...
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Zanzibar
Zanzibar is located off the coast of Tanzania in East Africa, surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Zanzibar offers an idyllic setting for pure relaxation. And, in case you get bored, it also boasts several unique cultural and adventure experiences. Zanzibar is also isn’t just one island but is the largest of the Zanzibar Archipelago, which...
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Uganda’s National Parks
Uganda’s  National Parks , each has its uniqueness and it is in, most cases known for that as seen below in this document. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The name Bwindi is derived from a Runyakitakara word Mubwindi and means “a place full of darkness”. This name comes from the extensive stands of bamboo interspersed amongst...
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Gorilla Permits
Gorilla permits in Uganda are issued by the Uganda Wildlife Authority  a government body that manages tourism and wildlife conservation. It is possible to book the permits directly from UWA, but the most convenient way is to use a reliable tour operator. Most tour operators include a gorilla permit as part of the overall cost...
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Katuna Border Resuming
Katuna Border Resuming The Katuna Border resuming on 31st January 2022. Rwanda re-opened a border crossing with Uganda closed three years ago when the government indicted Kampala of draining its citizens and supporting dissentients bent on removing the government in Kigali. In turn, the government of President Yoweri Museveni indicted Rwanda of conducting illegal spying...
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The Karamajong People
The Karamajong People And Their Way Of Life. The Karamajong People And Their Way Of Life consists of seven sections in north eastern Uganda videlicet Kaabong, Kotido, Abim, Moroto, Nepak, Amudat, and Nakapiripiti. It’s said that the Karamojong were firstly known as the Jie. The name Karamojong is deduced from the expression “ekar ngimojong”, meaning...
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Religious Sites in Uganda
Religious Sites in Uganda. Religious Sites in Uganda, they have different houses of worship which are evenly distributed throughout the country, however, Uganda is famously known for Pilgrimage to commemorate the Uganda Martyrs on 3rd June which attracted Pilgrims from all over the world before the outbreak of COVID 19. Uganda also homes the only...
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Agro-Tourism In Uganda
Agro-Tourism In Uganda also known as Agritourism is on a rise in Uganda. The country is passing fast urbanization and the growers must keep up if they want to the trending world. Agrotourism works veritably well for both the locals and transnational excursionists. The description of agro-tourism should, at last, have the following characters so...
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About Gorillas Trekking Adventure
About Gorillas Trekking Adventure in Africa are herbivorous ground-dwelling great apes that inhabit the tropical forests of equatorial Africa and are said to be close to humans with a percentage of 98.3. The lineage that led to humans, chimps, and gorillas have evolved from a common ancestor about 10 million years ago. Gorillas are the...
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